Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Certificate program (KNEC)

Certificate 2 years

About Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery) programme

The field of Farm Power and Machinery involves the application of mechanical, physical, biological and electronic principles to the solution of real-life problems or issues in crop/fruit/vegetable production and processing.

Career prospects:

  • Technician/Mechanic/ Assistant Workshop Supervisor (Farm Machinery and Equipment) ,
  • Instructor in Vocational Training Centres

Progression path:

  • Diploma in Agricultural Engineering

Entry requirements for Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

The Minimum Entry Requirements are:

  • KCSE Mean Grade D (Plain), or;
  • Pass in a relevant Artisan course, or;
  • An Equivalent qualification approved by KNEC.

The duration for the course is two (2) years which includes a compulsory industrial attachment.
This program is examined by KNEC at the end of the two years training period.

Colleges offering Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Kenya YMCA College of Agriculture and Technology
Kiambu County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Katine Technical Training Institute
Machakos County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Karen Technical Training Institute for the Deaf
Nairobi County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Eldoret Technical Training Institute
Uasin Gishu County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Rift Valley Institute of Science and Technology (RVIST)
Nakuru County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

The Nyeri National Polytechnic
Nyeri County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Kaiboi Technical Training Institute
Nandi County

Agricultural Engineering (Farm Power and Machinery)

Eldoret College of Professional Studies
Uasin Gishu County